Collection by Jaime Gillin

Dwell's Coolest Kitchens

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We've compiled a slideshow of some of our favorite kitchens we've featured in Dwell over the years, from a tiny galley kitchen in New York City to a wheelchair-accessible kitchen in California's wine country. Click through and get inspired!

Riffing on the Los Angeles phenomenon of people "murdering out" their cars—that is, removing all the trim and blacking...
The resident wanted to be able to use the space as a fun gathering place for parties, so Bestor set a DJ booth at the...
In a 15.5 by 20-foot studio apartment, space is at a premium, to put it lightly.
For a tiny Brooklyn kitchen, Workstead mitigated a dire lack of counter space by wrapping the cabinetry into the living...
This New York kitchen is a miracle of efficiency.
San Francisco architect Christi Azevedo built her kitchen very affordably, thanks to a sanded acrylic sheet used as a...
This family home in Sebastopol, in the northern California wine country, had to be completely accessible, since one of...
Nearby, a concrete island contains various appliances.
For this San Francisco kitchen remodel, designer Larissa Sand installed custom-built textured glass panels that roll on...
Interior designer Kathryn Tyler's Falmouth, England, kitchen, featured in our recent June 2012 issue, is a clever...
Restorick also built this quirky oak staircase with open shelving along one side.
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